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"Timeless and elegant, Ammi majus is popular with gardeners and floral designers alike. The delicate white flower clusters make it a popular choice for bouquets and flower borders."
Native to the Nile River Valley, Ammi majus is commonly known as lady’s lace or laceflower. Juice from the plant was used in ancient Egypt to treat vitiligo, a skin disease causing loss of pigmentation. The genus name Ammi is derived from the Greek word for sand, a reference to the plant’s native habitat. The delicate white flower clusters make it a popular choice for bouquets and flower borders.
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Extremely easy to grow in a variety of soils, this annual, non-invasive species is ideal for attracting beneficial insects into the garden. It is a good plant for landscaping and can be used in meadows and wildlife gardens, since it is so popular with butterflies and bees.